When someone is upset with something in your speech or feels disapproval or danger, they usually adopt one of the famous defensive body language. Sitting with your hands on your chest, leaning back and keeping your distance, or even crossing your legs can be a sign of this type of body language. The person may still have an artificial smile on their face as they touch their breasts, but you should be smart as soon as you see this body language. What is the story?
In fact, the subconscious mind of the other person is trying to sit with his hands on his chest, in his own eyes, symbolically keeping the person safe from your harm 😬! However, this model of closed guards, both in women and in men, has its roots in childhood. Now, if you are a salesman and the other side has taken on a defensive body language ??? If during the conversation with someone you love, you encounter a defensive body language ??? Even if you encounter such body language in students while teaching and as a teacher ??? It's time to dump her and move on. But how? 2- In a way, change your physical condition and that of the other party. For example, if you are an outpatient, keep talking while sitting. Changing the physical position of the body is an introduction to changing the mindset of the cop. 2. Consider intimacy techniques and move the discussion a little more leniently and show yourself in all respects more like the other person. 2. Involve the other person in the discussion and relieve him / her of what he / she is upset about (open his / her guard in a way). It is not bad to learn for ourselves that even when part of what the other person says is not pleasant to us, we still do not use defensive body language. Instead, work with them gently to build a strong connection and bring the discussion to a definite conclusion without any confrontation.